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NOREGRET2010
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Back in the saddle again....

Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Got the steps going again last night, but didn't quite hit 10K even though I went for an hour walk last night.

When I got home from the walk and realized I still hadn't made my steps for the day, I decided that starting this a.m., I have to do a little something extra in the a.m. An hour walk in the evening is about my limit with other things I need to do....so this a.m. if nothing else I'll walk around the block or do a little bit of Zumba for Wii.

I have a 4 day weekend coming up - yay! My partner is graduating with her Associates Degree - super proud of her. She also.....has completed 6 out of 7 steps for a job. Thursday morning she will take a test where she is shown a bunch of material and then a test to see how much she retained. The job is not the job of her dreams, it's a call center job where they handle questions about Apple products and others. It's a job that would be steady, have benefits and she could continue on with her bachelor's degree online. She's had a really hard time finding a job so this one getting this close is good. It would relieve soooo much stress if she had a job.

Okay, that's it. Another day...another dollar. :)
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  • v ANGELCITYGAL
    Your exercise strategy sounds great. And congratulations to your sweetheart on her progress academically and with the job. It's wonderful that you're so supportive of her. emoticon
    1169 days ago
  • v KATCHAGIRL
    CONGRATS to your girl! That's AWESOME and GREAT news about her job too! Sounds very positive!

    As for the walking, that's what I need to start doing... getting up off this couch and moving around more. Maybe I will have to get me one of those counter thingys...

    Keep up the good work!
    1174 days ago
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